Zelda Movie Fan Trailer – Ghibli Style




An animated fan trailer for a non-existent Zelda movie has been amassing attention online due to it possessing a Ghibli-esque style, making some wonder why the widely-praised Zelda franchise has yet to actually receive a movie of some sort considering the profits it could yield…

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  • Chen-04 commented on September 25, 2016 23:10

    Personally my favorite Zelda is the first Zelda for NES. I played it after I played most other Zeldas and have to wonder why they so heavily downgraded the formula with ALttP and then went... More

  • Anonymous commented on September 23, 2016 23:29

    I think that's it. ALttP was my entry into the series and it left a huge impression on me. @Chen-04: Some reviews gave it 100% yes and it defined new video game standarts but I... More




Spiteful criticism has been amassing over a new Korean animated movie entitled “Moonlight Palace”, with the bulk of the negativity being due to the fact that the film bears a not insignificant resemblance to Studio Ghibli classic Spirited Away – despite the whole “transported to another world” theme being far from original.

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  • Anonymous commented on September 11, 2016 00:09

    Did you even read alice in wonderland, you god damn moron?... More

  • Anonymous commented on September 11, 2016 00:09

    No, it isn't. He said there were no witches and eerie japanese monsters, but the trailer clearly showed witches and eerie monsters that could easily be japanese.... More

The Red Turtle Trailer Truly Serene




Studio Ghibli‘s stylized animated film “The Red Turtle” has provided online denizens with a brand new trailer, once again depicting the life of the protagonist as he spends his days trying to survive on an uninhabited island and still causing many to question the significance of the film’s premise…

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  • Anonymous commented on September 6, 2016 06:35

    no it's a belgium, french and japan film... More

  • Anonymous commented on September 5, 2016 12:57

    Adam & Eve.... More




Studio Ghibli producer Hirokatsu Kihara has given curious viewers an extensive look at the animation process associated with the studio’s various films, revealing some unused artwork in addition and sure to be a valuable source of information for other animation studios looking to up their game.

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  • Anonymous commented on August 9, 2016 02:56

    cagliostro was miyazaki's best movie imo... More

  • Anonymous commented on August 9, 2016 02:50

    Only way i can understand your silly comments is that you must be a really fragile, small and insignificant person, looking forward to look strong and hungry for attention.... More

Japan’s Oldest “Manga” Gains Ghibli Adaptation




A series of picture scrolls created in the 12th century (regarded as Japan’s oldest “manga”) has served as the subject of Studio Ghibli’s latest animated short, featuring a plethora of cute animals that will no doubt cause many to have greater respect for the ancient era and its centuries old moe.

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  • Anonymous commented on June 29, 2016 03:27

    You haven't lived until you've attended a high school orgy.... More

  • Anonymous commented on June 29, 2016 02:47

    Doujins where... More




Studio Ghibli have given the masses a glimpse at its next upcoming animated film “The Red Turtle”, (their first project since Mizaki’s supposed departure), generating mixed reactions in the process and causing more excitable fans to believe that the studio’s fate may very well be hanging in the balance.

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  • Chen-04 commented on May 26, 2016 00:06

    It was boring, because the story is old and I knew it before the Ghibli movie. Heck, there are at least three anime movies that predate the Ghibli version and one of them was released... More

  • SomeDuder commented on May 24, 2016 20:01

    lmao "buy"... More

Kumamoto Ghibli Produce CM Quite Wholesome




Despite its recent disaster, Kumamoto has continued to proudly shoulder its prefectural pride by way of this new animated CM promoting the prefecture’s produce, sure to brighten up the region’s dark days and shift attention toward happier ones (and also sell some juicy fruit).

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  • Anonymous commented on June 28, 2016 22:16

    still looks better than the usual Ghibli though... More

  • Anonymous commented on May 20, 2016 10:46

    Nothing says southeast asian like child labor and cats killed for your amusement.... More

Ghibli Movies in Virtual Reality “Meet Totoro!”




The mythical worlds forged by the revered studio Ghibli can now be thoroughly explored thanks to the ever expanding technology of virtual reality, sure to serve as a stepping stone for even greater accomplishments – but at some point likely to be unfortunately squandered on more H-centric projects.

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  • Anonymous commented on May 11, 2016 07:13

    That's... a good idea... More

  • Anonymous commented on May 11, 2016 05:08

    Make Kiki VR asap, so I can bang there until no end!... More

Top 10 Ghibli Movies You Forgot To Watch


The huge library of Ghibli movies can be a chore to watch in its entirety (as if this is any excuse), more so if the watcher is ostensibly supposed to be studying – and it is these most forlorn titles which have been ranked for the hopeful edification of students.

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  • Anonymous commented on February 28, 2016 00:23

    Me for example. It took me three years of looking at the DVD shelf to finally crack open Citizen Kane, and I still haven't watched the Game of Thrones TV series, so I might be... More

  • Bakamoichigei commented on February 27, 2016 13:32

    I thought I was the only person who liked Gedo Senki. Even Ursula Le Guin didn't like it. ┐(-。ー;)┌ ...but then, maybe if she'd let Miyazaki adapt her works when he first approached her in... More

8-bit Princess Mononoke Retro Retelling


The gifted pixel artists of Cinefix have made another retro adaptation of a popular studio Ghibli film, this time with Princess Mononoke being given the honor as the entire movie is summarized over the span of 3 minutes – once again demonstrating the influential might of studio Ghibli.

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  • Anonymous commented on August 22, 2015 05:13

    frozen one uses lot of maps from chrono trigger xD... More

  • Anonymous commented on August 22, 2015 04:46

    more than 3 color per sprite which are in abundance, numerous layers, transparency, over 5bits per RGB channel... that might be good but that's as close to real 8 bits as me to own a... More

Castle in the Sky Recreated in Minecraft




Dedicated Minecraft players have shown off another breathtaking masterpiece composed of precisely positioned blocks and hundreds of hours of highly productive labor, as the world of Studio Ghibli’s revered movie “Laputa – Castle in the Sky” is stunningly recreated – bound to be recognizable to those who have witnessed the legendary movie.

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  • Anonymous commented on July 24, 2015 00:31

    U are loser enabler.... More

  • Anonymous commented on July 23, 2015 23:43

    I'm assuming this is unrelated to the one that has multiple Studio Ghibli worlds mashed into a single map.... More

Spirited Away Recreated in 8-Bit


Revered animation studio Ghibli has received a tribute in the form of an 8-bit recreation of their magnum opus film “Spirited Away“, summarizing the movie in but a mere 5 minutes as it hastily transitions from one scene to the next – whilst making several references to the 8-bit console games of yore.

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  • Anonymous commented on May 4, 2015 21:53

    Looks on par with Capcom games really.... More

  • Anonymous commented on May 4, 2015 21:52

    lol seeing this vid the first thing I'm reminded of is all the hentai where that fat White creature plows Sen.... More

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